One-Netbook confirms details of its GPD Win Max and Smach Z challenger ahead of Summer 2020 release
One-Netbook has been quiet on the details of its first gaming device since it released an advert for the OneGx in July. However, One-Netbook President Jack Wang and VP Jason Zeng have confirmed several details about the upcoming device in an interview with Japanese website PC Watch, as spotted by Liliputing.
Apparently re-named the ONE-GX1, One-Netbook is aiming for a Summer 2020 release. The ONE-GX1 is the beginning of a new series for the company too, as confirmed in another interview with ITmedia. The two interviews detail the following specifications for the ONE-GX1:
- 7-inch display
- Intel Tiger Lake-Y processor
- 10,000 mAh battery
- ~600g when released; currently ~700g
One-Netbook claims that the ONE-GX1 has been in development for over a year, and that is now refining the design of its first gaming PC to minimise weight. The ONE-GX will have a clamshell design too, reminiscent of GPD ultra-mobile PCs (UMPC).
The device will feature detachable controllers too, which should help distinguish it from its competitors. The controllers will have haptic feedback, dedicated batteries and will connect to the ONE-GX1 over 2.4 GHz. Wang explained that One-Netbook chose 2.4 GHz as it offers a more stable connection than Bluetooth does.
We still have no photos of the ONE-GX1, though. We shall keep you updated with more details and photos when we receive them.